Where children should play in a city such as Aleppo?
Every year a number up to 8000 people die in accident crashes, and children comprise majority of it. While they don’t have a piece of ground to play on it, they are frequently victims of rushing careless drivers.
I made a comparison of cities’ areas, as to inhabitants, to compare spaces allocated to people. These spaces have also strategic meanings, in containing evacuation matters in times of natural disasters (earthquake) or other ones (wars, violence)
Here is a table, which speaks itself:
City Area Population Density inh.
Aleppo 65 km2- 2 200 000- 33 000/km2
Damascus 100 km2- 3 000 000- 30 000/km2
Kiev 800 km2 -2 600 000 -3200/km2
Toronto 630 km2 -2 460 000- 3900/km2
Yerevan 180 km2- 1 200 000- 6600/km2
Moscow 1100 km2- 10 000 000- 9000/km2
London 1500 km2- 10 000 000- 6600/km2
Look at the bottom pictures of some cities, it is visible the density how should it be.
As to Kiev, I think there is a forest in the city 🙂